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Spirituality
Author: John G. Fuller,Henry K. Puharich
ISBN: 0690005121
Subcategory: Occult & Paranormal
Pages 274 pages
Publisher Thomas Y. Crowell Company (1974)
Language English
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.1
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eBook Arigo: Surgeon Of The Rusty Knife download

by John G. Fuller,Henry K. Puharich


Arigo's healings were witnessed by both Brazilian and American doctors. An excellent depiction of the work of the Psychic Surgeon, Ze Arigo. Fuller pulled no punches and left no areas of investigation unfollowed

Arigo's healings were witnessed by both Brazilian and American doctors. Among the latter was Henry K. Puharich, . Fuller pulled no punches and left no areas of investigation unfollowed.

ARIGO - John G. Fuller. Quickly, Puharich asked one of the interpreters to ask the patient what he felt. The patient spoke calmly and without excitement, merely stating that although he was well aware of the knife, he felt no pain or discomfort

ARIGO - John G. The patient spoke calmly and without excitement, merely stating that although he was well aware of the knife, he felt no pain or discomfort. Arigo, still speaking in a harsh German accent, told them that he often used this technique as either a diagnostic tool or for eye operations. To Puharich, this violated every medical technique he had known in his twenty years of experience since studying medicine at Northwestern. For Belk, who had studied psychology at Duke, the procedure was simply inconceivable

Among the latter was Henry K. John G. Fuller led an interesting life.

Among the latter was Henry K. As a reporter he became known for his powerful and clear prose that delivered the message without ornaments. His topics too, from lost nuclear weapons to price-fixing in the electrical industry to UFOs, cover quite a range. But no matter what the topic, his voice is loud and clear.

Martin Gardner protesting Crowell-Collier's publishing of the John G. Fuller's book Arigo withdrew publication of his own (Gardner) . Arigo: Surgeon of the Rusty Knife. Afterword by Henry K. Playfair, Guy L. (1975). Fuller's book Arigo withdrew publication of his own (Gardner) book.

In May of 1968, a team of American medical doctors arrived in a small plateau village of Brazil with extensive medical equipment to study a peasant named Arigo, whose cures and surgery had been reported to be nothing short of miraculous! What they uncovered was a story that defies belief.

In May of 1968, a team of American medical doctors arrived in a small plateau village of Brazil with extensive medical equipment to study a peasant named Arigo, whose cures and surgery had been reported to be nothing short of miraculous! What they uncovered was a story that defies belief and yet is a true story. This is the story of Arigo- one of the greatest healers of all time

Pocket Books, 1975 - 254 sivua Sivu 142 And it was then that Dr. Henry Puharich and Henry Belk arrived in Congonhas in their microbus, to be among the first North Americans t. .

Pocket Books, 1975 - 254 sivua. Neither knew exactly what to expect, but Puharich remained firm the next morning in his resolve to let Arigo operate on him. At breakfast. Sivu 142 And it was then that Dr. Henry Puharich and Henry Belk arrived in Congonhas in their microbus, to be among the first North Americans to encounter the phenomenon of Arigo face to face. After returning to the United States, Puharich and Belk.

Arigo the Surgeon with a rusty knife. Published by Thriftbooks . com User, 10 years ago. This book is about a Brazilian individual - untrained in any form of medicine. Yet under possession mainly by the diseased spirit of a German doctor, he performs miraculous and incredulous cures.

Dust jacket notes: "In May of 1968, a team of American medical doctors arrived in a small plateau village of Brazil with extensive modern medical equipment to study a peasant named Arigo, whose cures and surgery had been reported to be nothing short of miraculous! What they uncovered was a story that defies belief and yet it is a true story. This is the documented account of a man who cured hundreds of thousands of sick and dying and yet was prosecuted by the government under which he lived and ostracized by the church in which he fervently believed. This is the strange and wonderful story of Arigo - one of the greatest healers of all time. Arigo had only a third grade education and no medical training whatsoever, yet thousands flocked to the small village where he lived from all over Brazil and South America, indeed from all over the world, to be cured by him. He performed hundreds of operations daily without antiseptics - usually with an ordinary kitchen knife or jackknife - without anesthetics, without tying off blood vessels, without major bleeding, without any of the benefits of modern science. He made thousands of correct diagnoses without even examining the patient. He wrote thousands of prescriptions which were pharmacologically accurate but in unusual combinations and potency. And, one after the other, patients left his primitive 'clinic' cured. He saved many with cancer and other fatal diseases who had been given up as hopeless by leading doctors and hospitals in many of the most advanced countries. He performed the most excruciatingly painful procedures without any discomfort to the patient. Among those he healed were the educated, famous, and wealthy as well as the poor and desolate. He never charged for his services or would accept any remuneration. Arigo's healings were witnessed by both Brazilian and American doctors. Among the latter was Henry K. Puharich, M.D., leader of the American team, who has written an afterword for Arigo...."
Mayno
This is one of those books in life that a person only finds now and then. It is rare to find, but one of the best books on spiritual healing, with real evidence investigated by American reporters with the Brazilian Christian medium, Arigo. In Brazil he was so well known that his name alone invoked loyalty and considerate thoughts of Christ the Redeemer.
Johannes Greber's book "Communication With the Spirit World of God, It's Laws and Purpose" is another of the type of phenomenal books to read in life. Amazon has this book as well.
Bradeya
An excellent depiction of the work of the Psychic Surgeon, Ze Arigo. Fuller pulled no punches and left no areas of investigation unfollowed. It is interesting to note that the official researchers of Arigo never thought to address him while in trance as Dr. Fritz about how the extraordinary healing work was done.
The book delves otherwise into many directions yet left this reader wanting to read more. Even while there was not much left to me said from this side of the veil.
Highly recommended for those exploring the divide.
Dark_Sun
This was my 3rd copy of his book. I gave away the other two and wanted to keep a copy for my library. There are elements in this book which will chill you to the marrow of your bones! However, "E. Casey" who famously wrote prescriptions for his "patients" as he chaneled an old German master physician is of the same ilk. Pick this up and then
go and get one of the books about "the sleeping prophet".....a great read! Enjoy!!!
betelgeuze
This book has been around for a long time. It is an amazing story, and the Amazing Randi has "proven" Arigo is a hoax. Arigo was a South American who went into a trance, and performed amazing surgeries and did other unconventional healing. He was a postal worker by day, and ran his clinic after those duties were finished. I tend to believe because Arigo never asked for money. People with incurable conditions from all over the globe lined up for his treatments, which also included unusual pharmaceutical combinations and vitamins. He unfortunately died young. Read the book and you be the judge. This is one I tend to believe.
Vrion
I loved this book nearly 40 years ago, and just bought a copy for a friend.The price was excellent and the slightly used book was exactly as advertised.
Buge
I once read this book some years ago....and wanted to have a copy for reference in my library. The book was as advertised, no surprises. I wasn't looking for perfect, just a nice readable copy, which this copy is.
SoSok
Somethings are not easily explained. The higher forces are in operation on a daily basis and taken for granted.
This book is proof that miracles do happen from men with a pure heart. The book is facinating and unbelievable
yet it happened. Arigo was a true human with qualities that any would admire. A simple man that left his mark.
i would urge anyone to read this book who has yearning for spiritual growth and the profound.
highly reccomended.
I read this as a young teen, and am revisiting it as an adult. I work as a surgical technologist, so Arigo's story is most incredulous to me. None of it makes sense. I think I am more confused about who he was and what he did than I was as a kid. God or demon inspired? Would someone please put a video of Arigo on Youtube (if any of it really happened....?) An interesting read, nevertheless.